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♪ are big and bright ♪ deep in the heart of texas i wish they all could be california girls ♪ >> bill: a tale of two americans. texas and california. which is the better place to live and why? what is the vast difference between the two most populated states about america say? >> does do your parents ask you for money when you go back home? >> yes. >> does that ever work? >> i think it does work. >> you can't give people money and help them. >> tim allen criticizing the obama administration. is that a smart thing to do career-wise? adam corolla will have some thoughts. >> what's nascar all about? >> sunshine, palm trees everywhere. perfect place for a championship. >> watters world goes to the big nascar championship. >> do you guys ever watch bill o'reilly on the fox news channel. >> i thought bill o'reilly was on the food network. >> bill: we have revved up report. >> caution. you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a tale of two americans, california and texas. that is the subject of this evening'
is growing with speed. >> deep in the heart of texas! >> find out why i agree with rick perry. texas is not allowed to leave the union. thanks for watching. president obama came back to washington to fight for fair deal on taxes. today he called on his base. i love it. he went right to the folks who put him in the white house. president obama held his first official closed door meeting with groups from outside the white house. the invited guests were all leaders of labor organizations and progressive think tanks. compare this list to the guest list for tomorrow's meeting. 12 of the most powerful ceos in american business. this schedule was not a mistake. president obama was letting the middle class and the workers of this country know, you come first! aflcio president is confident the president will keep his commitment to the current tax rates for the middle class. >> the president led with that notion of protecting the middle class, and now you have republicans that have it in their power. they could sign a bill tomorrow that protects the middle class, and we'll see what they do. ar
the gentleman from texas, mr. cuellar, for his continued work on this important legislation and being the sponsor of this legislation. the committee on homeland security and congress as a whole benefits from his commitment to border security matters. with that, mr. speaker, i reserve the balance of my time. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. mccaul: mr. speaker, i have no more speakers. if the gentleman from mississippi has no more speakers, i'm prepared to close. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserve his time? mr. mccaul: i reserve my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from mississippi. mr. thompson: i yield such time as he may consume to the author of the underlying measure being considered, the gentleman from texas, mr. cuellar. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. cuellar: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank mr. thompson for the leadership that you have provided on this piece of legislation and other legislation that's so important for the security of our nation. i certainly want to thank also chairman peter king
sparked... 31- states.../ including texas.../ to... fill petitionn... with theewhite house... to secede. secede.most of those petitions texas' petition haa nearly 50- thousand.karen kileyyoffk-e- y-e in austin... hassmore on momentum. &p3 18:3 texas is amazing, evvryone knows thatthe lone sparrow: 19:31 i wish thhy would secedecall ittpoot election push back, thh hottest onlineecraze- signing on to support texas breakkng free from the fedd. pprrow: 20:20 i hink the counnry would be bettee without texas. erika hernaadez 18:47 do you all. it's like a facebook like days then it's gone. tom connolly 18:08 i think it's probably not tto serious, time soon, but it's pretty worr3 funnnan ooline petitiio asks the hite house to let texans form their own goverment. pointing out texas has a balanced budget and a large pconomy, the petition claims "ii is practicaaly feasible for texas to withdraw from the & nion"09:44 i think that sort of wallz oof on it's own is prettt problematic. it also is a rooest gesture and this nnthing more. jim henssn is the director of the texas politics proje
brick, author of saving the school. there are some distinct austin and texas connections here. my name is mark, i am state representative from austin and member of the public education committee in the texas house and i want to start this discussion briefly with a little bit of edge occasional contacts. i got a press release from the texas indication agency a couple months ago that said that on the fourth grade science national assessment education abroad rests, texas, african-american students performed fourth best of all african-american students in the country, comparing hours to every other african american. hispanic students were the best on the fourth grade science naep. a anglo students were the eighth best of all the anglo students in the country. and i thought that is a pretty impressive record. it is a little different from what i expected actually. i went to the naep web site and found that in the aggregate, the texas student scores on the fourth grade science naep ranked 29th in this country. that is not so great. how is it possible that when you disaggregate those three st
it through a confirmation hearing. talk of a succession in texas, we'll deal with that and more. sometimes, i can't believe the things i'm able to do. without shriners hospitals, my life would be completely different. when i was seven, we found out i had scoliosis. everything changed when they stepped in. it was like they gave me my future back. tori's life is one of nearly a million changed by donations from people like you. send your love to the rescue. donate today. >>. >> sean: tonight rumors are circulating in washington about key replacements that president obama is considering making. you won't believe the list they have in mind. according to a report in the washington post, senator john kerry could be reporting duty as defense secretary. obama's bungling chief terrorism advisor john brennan is going to replace general petraeus. samantha power is considering as ambassador. but susan rice could be the next secretary of state. yes the same susan rice who made the rounds on the sunday shows just days after the benghazi terrorist attack and said this. >> this was not a preplanned attack. w
it through a confirmation hearing. talk of a succession in texas, we'll deal with that and more. >>. >> sean: tonight rumors are circulating in washington about key replacements that president obama is considering making. you won't believe the list they have in mind. according to a report in the washington post, senator john kerry could be reporting duty as defense secretary. obama's bungling chief terrorism advisor john brennan is going to replace general petraeus. samantha power is considering as ambassador. but susan rice could be the next secretary of state. yes the same susan rice who made the rounds on the sunday shows just days after the benghazi terrorist attack and said this. >> this was not a preplanned attack. what happened initially it was a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired in cairo as a consequence of the video. our current assessment what happened in benghazi was in fact initially a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired hours before in cairo, almost a copycat of the demonstrations against our facility in cairo which were prompted, of course, by the video.
of murder. you don't want to miss the special report on this tomorrow. thank you. coming up next, texas, is filing a petition to secede from the nation and because of barack obama won a special term. then we brought you some of the story tonight but tonight we take an in-depth look at the shocking election returns in philly and cleveland. we continue our investigation into voter fraud. is it really possible that in 59 philly voting divisions, that even one vote could have been cast for mitt romney out of 19,000 plus. we'll give you the answer. [ male announcer ] if someone asks what it feels like to drive a jeep grand cherokee, tell them it's like being nestled in an eight-way, adjustable, heated and ventilated seat surrounded by a 500-watt sound system while floating on a suspension made of billowy clouds. or you could just hand them your keys. ♪ ♪ it's the cleanest, clearest water. we fd the best, sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announr ] hurry in to rd lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees, all under 20 dollars. li
. >>> in crime and punishment, the state of texas is taking the first steps to seize the ranch used by a polygamist havens of sect leader warren jeffs. pr prosecutes say they used the ranch to sexually abuse children. jeffs is now in prison serving a life sentence for sexually assaulting two underaged brides. in 2008, police removed hundreds of children from the ranch after child protection officials found what they describe as a pervasive pattern of abuse, including the forced marriage of young girls with older men. the texas supreme court did not find enough evidence the kids were in danger and ordered them returned. gary tuchman visited the ranch a short time later and filed this story. >> reporter: this is the ranch where 462 children were taken away by authorities in 2008. the allegations, that they were abused, neglected and in imminent risk of harm. but most of them came back in a matter of months, to the texas ranch owned by the fundamentalist group that broke away from the mormon church, flds. did you miss it? >> yes. >> reporter: did you understand what happened when they
immediately send sheraton to louisiana and texas to force capitulation. by the time timeshare ton reached new orleans the army surrounded. so instead sheraton devoted his attention doing a second mission given him by grant. to lead an army to the rio grand river and men nice the french troops in mexico under the emperor max mill began. he had he had supported the con fed -- they were streaming to mexico seeking refuge. the state department opposed any action that might lead to war with mexico. so sheraton conducted a clan clandestine cold war arguably the first in u.s. history. he conducted conspicuous troop maneuver near the river and secretly provided mexican surgeons with weapon from the federal areson. due to the effort and to advance in europe the napoleon the third withdraw the support. the regime collapse and the mexican insurgent that sheridan had supported took control of the country. sheraton was the military govern of texas and louisiana during the early faces of reinstruction. the army commanders in the south were caught between congress harsh reconstruction policy and president a
this particular case. he is the most popular guy in this small texas town. everybody loves him. he is the least likely to be a convicted murderer. not only does he murder, but he hides the body in an ice locker and just goes about his daily business as if nothing has happened, for nine months, before anyone even asks where is marjorie? she was the least popular person in town. she had a reputation for being super mean. so there is some comedy in there, as touchy a subject as it is. it took some social dancing around it though, because like i say, you don't want to come out and make a slapstick comedy out of our real event where real people's lives were affected. tavis: when you saw the script for this, what are your original box? >> my original thought was, i cannot wait to get back with my old pal, rick linklater, who directed "school of rock." i was real excited, but when i read it, very original, not like anything i had ever read before. for one thing, it mixes documentary style interviews with traditional storytelling. tavis: he met a lot of people really knew her, like the woman who said a
>> hi. welcome to the texas book festival panel on ladybird and london. my name is carol dawson. i love being a moderator. every year at the texas book festival, and particularly love this task this year because i have had the privilege of reading two books that interlock so beautifully that it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involves a total of 18 years' worth of interviews with ladybird johnson . and indomitable will come lbj in the presidency, the interesting thing about these books is that ladybird memories and history leading up to the presidency, and where it leaves off mark up digress book about l
the readers attention. that's what i was trying to do with the title. >> now from the 17th annual texas book vessel on the capital grounds of austin texas the discussion of president lyndon johnson and first lady, lady bird johnson each ring mark updegrove and michael gillette. this is just over 50 minutes. >> hide and welcome to the texas book festival, the panel on lady bird and lyndon. my name is caroln austin and i love being a moderator at the book festival and ier particulay love this task this year, because i have had the privileg of reading two books that interlock it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involv
are here to celebrate recovery. (applause.) texas recovers is putting on this event called the big texas rally for recovery. big texas rally for recovery. wow. this is huge, because texas, of course now, is a part of promoting recovery at a statewide level. we've got people from across the state showing up to present a positive face and voice of recovery. we want you to know that recovery is possible. say it loud, say it proud, "i am in recovery!" (crowd: i am in recovery!) it's so important that this event takes place, especially in texas. for so long, people in recovery have been hidden in church basements, and they've kept their anonymity, and everybody needs to know that people do recover and live successful, productive, wonderful lives. and this is one way we can make the public aware that recovery is real, and recovery is rewarding, and recovery restores health and families. the reality of recovery is a whole, healthy community. so everybody benefits. we've got to thank everybody. it's a party out here. and that's the name of the theme for recovery month this year, is that "everyon
. and encourage their integration into american civic culture. brad bailey is the co-founder and ceo of texas immigration solution. from 2000 to 2011, brad was vice president of operations for three bailey family-owned houston-area restaurants. brad co-founded texas immigration solutions in 2012. the group seeks to develop and advance conservative solutions to u.s. immigration policy. brad also served on the 2012 platform committee of the republican party of texas. richard land is president of the ethics and religious liberty commission, that's the southern baptist convention's official entity assigned to address social, moral and call concerns with particular attention to their impact on american families and their faith. richard is also executive editor of ffv, a national magazine dedicated to coverage of traditional religious values, christian ethics and cultural trends. and last but certainly not least, my friend ramesh pa knew rue who is wrg a columnist for bloom berg view. ramesh has published articles in "the new york times," washington post, wall street yowrnl and financial times. he'
on immigration and security along the texas-mexico border with sentatives. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> thank you for being here at the second annual texas tribune festival. we have had some pretty lively discussion so far. these gentlemen are from the texas house of representatives. they are on different sides of the aisles. commissioner todd staples is the texas agriculture commissioner. state representative from 1995 until 2001. he has held statewide offices for the last five years. who knows what 2014 has in store for him? he launched a website that documents the problems that farmers are having on the texas border. whether it is -- tonight is an issue we will discuss. we have representative henry cuellar. he went to georgetown. he got a master's in international trade from texas a&m in his home town of laredo. he was elected to congress in 2005. these two gentlemen are former college in the house of representatives. we will see how they come together on border security. what prompted you to get interes
policies in louisiana and texas. you waged a cold war on the mexican border. during the plains indian war, sheridan was the army's top indian fighter. eventually became commander-in-chief of the army. and surprisingly, phil sheridan saved yellowstone national park from exploitation. shared and grew up in ohio and graduated from west point in 1853. when the civil war began in 1861, sheridan was an obscure 30 year old infantry captain serving in the oregon territory. grant first recognized sheridan's leadership abilities in 1862 when sheridan was commanding a cavalry brigade that defeated a larger rebel force in mississippi, three months after shiloh. in chattanooga in november 1863, grant watched sheridan and his division stormed missionary ridge, and then pursue confederates for hours when no one else did. grant me than that sheridan was much like him, someone who'd act probably probably, they would fight always, and he would never quit. with hundreds of justice or to both sides of the civil war that description fit just a handful. grant broad sheridan east with him when president abraham
float in midland, texas, was going under the speed limit. investigators say the conductor hit the emergency brake, but it was too late. four u.s. army sergeants were killed. the parade was to honor u.s. troops. officials say they died while help others get out of the way of that train. >>> football legend mike ditka went to the hospital after having a minor stroke last night. he told the "chicago tribune" it wasn't a big deal. he is 73. he'll take a break from working at espn this weekend. he hasn't had any major health issues recently but had a heart attack back in 1988. >>> the israeli cabinet is calling up 70,000 reservists as palestinian rockets continue to fall this morning near israeli cities. once again, both sides are inching towards all-out war. last hour i spoke with a member of the israeli knesset and spoke with member of the palestinian legislative committee and i asked him for his reaction for the latest violence between hamas and israelis. whether he thinks hamas has enough international support moving forward with this conflict. >> first of all, let's put things
to jeff from texas, the independent line. your confidence in the u.s. economy as we are approaching this fiscal cliff. caller: yes, thank you. i don't see much confidence. i don't see the fiscal cliff as the big problem. the problem is the federal reserve monetary policy. the idea that the weekend keep printing money and borrowing money and expect the government to carry everything. we are buying up all these bonds and keeping interest rates so low. politicians from both parties are telling us we need to cut spending a little and raise little. we need to save the dollar to save our country from going into hyperinflation or hitting another depression, the likes of which we have never seen before. we must cut spending drastically across the board. we cannot have entitlement welfare/or fair. we have to have a sound currency that actually has value planned instead of just relying on everybody accepting the dollar. china and saudi arabia are talking about protecting the u.s. dollar, so we cannot have that. we have to have a sound monetary policy and stop letting international bankers con
and terrible word out of west texas in the last few minutes. a train has crashed into a parade trailer. that trailer filled with wound warriors in west texas. multiple people have been killed. it happened in midland, west texas, less than 90 minutes ago. the veterans taking part in the hunt for heros parade. reports indicate that at least several people are dead. four by most accounts. some 16 people taken to area hospitals in midland and odessa. veteran, wounded warriors killed in a parade. >>> a federal grand jury indicting two supervisors for the oil giant bp on charges of manslaughter for the 2010 deep water horizon disaster. the feds accuse another executive of misleading congress and lying to investigators about how much oil spilled in the gulf. we knew it was a lie at the time and now they admit it. earlier today, bp agreed to pay the u.s. government a record $4.5 billion. the largest criminal penalty in the history of our nation. the attorney general says his office is not finished investigating. >> today's resolution does not, does not mark the end of our efforts. our criminal
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41- 31. >>> nick saban and top ranked alabama playing host to texas a&m. the aggies with a 23-17 lead. freshman quarterback johnny manziel with time to kennedy. he makes the catch. two-point conversation fails. a&m in front, 29-17. less than two minutes left. they are down by 5. andrew mccarron's pass intercepted. texas a&m in its first trip to tuscaloosa shocks unbeaten alabama 29-24. >> when we come back, we are switching gears and hopeful lit wizards are, too. time to shift into the win column. highlights from the hard wood, next. next. hey! hey, baby. [ starts car ] were you eating smoked sausage in here? no! no. could have gotten me one. i did. try the unmistakable flavor of dunkin' donuts' smoked sausage breakfast sandwich. it's deliciously irresistible. hurry in today. the smoked sausage breakfast sandwich is for a limited time. grab one today.
of the workplace. >>> according to new economic data, harlingen, texas, is america's most affordable city where a texas t-bone steak will set you back $8.31 a pound. not bad. norman and ardmore, oklahoma, came in second and third followed by pueblo, colorado, and memphis, tennessee. >>> and this survey gives a whole new meaning to flushing your money down the toilet. a new survey about american's mobile shopping habits show that 38 million americans admitted to having shopped online while on the throne. you know who you are. >>> well, it's a weapons system that costs hundreds of millions of dollars to develop. it's been 90% accurate. u.s. taxpayers have contributed $200 million as well. we're going to take you inside israel's iron dome next. you're watching "early today." >>> well, turning back now to that new outbreak of violence between israel and gaza militants. the israelis have a new missile defense system, it's called the iron dome, which is proving to be a highly effective weapons defense system. nbc's martin fletcher reports from southern israel. >> reporter: ground invasion of gaza or
>>> an incredible 150-car pileup in southeast texas leaves two dead and dozens injured. details just ahead. >>> and generous neighbors from coast to coast pour out their hearts to lp others on thanksgiving, including legendary actor dick van dyke. >> every year there are more and more families. used to be a bunch of old derelicts like me, and now a lot of families and a lot kids and they're getting more and more of them every year so we're hoping things look up. this makes my holiday for me. you've got a lot of love here. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, november 23rd, 2012. >>> very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. it is a black day across america, and retailers couldn't be happier. if you thought last year's black friday was insane, it is even crazier this year and that's because sale-driven shoppers who gave up part or all of their thanksgiving to camp out for hours weren't just waiting around for specials today. after testing the waters last year, more and more big name stores like target, toys"r"us and walmart opened their doors last night, some
military forces macing near the palestinian border. show of force or ground invasion ahead. >>> a texas tragedy as a train slams into a parade float carrying veterans and their families. >>> and former cia director david petraeus faces the fire in this benghazi terror attack. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, november 16th, 2012. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. and the world is holding its breath this morning as tensions in the middle east reach a boiling point. this, after days of fierce fighting between israel and gaza millitanlts. an attempt at a brief cease fire was unsuccessful this morning as palestinians unleashed a fresh round of air attacks. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is not backing down. >> the past 24 hours israel has made it clear that it will not tolerate rocket and missile attacks on its civilians. >> well, nbc's martin fletcher is live for us in tel aviv. martin, what's the latest? >> reporter: lynn, good morning. following up on netanyahu's threat. last night 16,000 israeli reserve soldiers were called up for the army. the okay wa
the price in europe, japan, or elsewhere. host: and emory, dallas, texas, good morning. -- and memory, dallas, texas, good morning. -- anna marie, dallas, texas, good morning. caller: what can we do as a community to prepare? what are some things that we can do to perhaps -- me and a group of others -- we could create a project for awareness? guest: a great project for awareness is awareness about the distribution grid at the local level. in my area, washington, d.c., the utility for a variety of reasons and did not trim trees for decades. people complained because they were cutting trees and not want them on their property, so for the last few years with storms we have had an enormous amount of free-fall, branches, and so on. putting pressure on the utilities, running public projects, schools, so on, identifying areas that are vulnerable where a tree trimming process, and again, i am an environmentalist, i am not saying to cut down trees indiscriminately, but i am saying that there is a trade- off and if you do not do the maintenance at the local community level, there will be severe
's relations. later, the violence in syria and what is next in egypt. now, a debate on the texas security border. this is about an hour. >> all right, let's begin, i would like to thank you all for being here. we have had some very good discussions so far. we are coming together on issues and todd was a state representative from 1995 to 2001. and a texas state senator from 2001 to 2007. we will get to that, right commissioner? he recently launched a website that documents the problems about quarter problems. this is an initiative that we will discuss, one of eight children and he went to georgetown and he was elected to congress in 2005. we will see how they come together on border security. commissioner, if you wouldn't mind, i think what got you interested in border security? >> it's good to be here this morning. the reason i got involved in this issue is because we are being intimidated by transnational criminal organizations america for help. washington is in denial about the threat occurring right here. and i will say that operationally, are federal agents, both at border patrol and
today along a major stretch of highway in texas. thick fog triggering a deadly pileup. look at this video, taken by a couple that came upon the massive accident just moments earlier. you can see some of the fog there. as it cleared late today, you could see the extent of the damage. cars smashed into one another and families who were on their way to thanksgiving dinner. a mother holding her child close, children in tears. we lead off tonight with the rising toll. abc's ryan owens is in texas for us. >> reporter: from the air, the crush of cars and trucks almost look like toys. from the ground, the reality is devastating. as many as 150 vehicles piled together. two died in this mangled metal. up to 100 others spent this holiday in the hospital. >> i literally was able to stop without hitting anyone but sat there with that panic of who might hit me. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: fog blinded drivers on this stretch of texas highway. investigators say most couldn't see a foot in front of them at 8:00 this morning. it happened on interstate 10, about 80 miles east of houston. i-10
. >> so texas came up with a rather clever plan. they said, well, all right, we can't consider race in at hitting people, so here's what we're going to do. top 10% of all students in texas, high school students get to go to the university of texas, and because many of those high schools are in minority areas, that would ought mottly mean large numbers of minorities in the university of texas, so that's what they did, and it seems to be working in texas, but texas wants more minorities than the 10% plan, and so that's why even texas is facing a lawsuit in this area, so the texas case is going to be decided now by the supreme court. a lot of people think because there are a lot more conservatives on the court now appointed by the bush administration, affirmative action and race consideration may in fact be thrown out in this coming decision, and we may see a radically different admissions process throughout the united states. >> it is fascinating to watch this all unfold, and we're glad we have you on it. paul callan, thank you. >> always nice being with you, randi. >> you, too. >>> e
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